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Ag Connection is published monthly for Central Missouri Region producers and is supported by University of Missouri Extension, the Commercial Agriculture program, the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, UM-Columbia. Editorial board: Joni Ross, Managing Editor; Mary Sobba, Parman Green, Gene Schmitz, Mark Stewart, Wendy Flatt, Jim Jarman, Todd Lorenz, Wayne Crook, Dustin Vendrely, Dee Cooper and Kent Shannon.

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Please send your comments and suggestions to  Joni Ross, Agronomy Specialist, University of Missouri Extension, 100 E Newton St., 4th Floor, Versailles, MO 65084, call 573/378-5358 or send messages by e-mail to:  rossjo@missouri.edu.

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  Ag Connection - Issues Online
*December 2008
 Managing Fertilizer with Today's Prices
 Not Everything Gets Better With Age
 MU's Wine and Grape Program
 Taxation Tidbits: Grain Income Deferral
 Conventional Soybeans Offer High Yields at Lower Cost
Top Ten Rules for Christmas Tree Selection and Care
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*November 2008
 Depressed Stock Prices -- Converting a Traditional IRA to a Roth IRA
 Preparing Horses & Pastures for Winter
 A Piece of the New Farm Bill
 Moisture and Feedstuffs
 Part II -- Wood & Corn Stoves as Alternative Heating Sources
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*October 2008
 Pasture Insurance --- New to Missouri
 Wood & Corn Stoves as Alternative Heating Sources
 Cull Cows in the Market Place
 Cull Cow Grades
 Want to Reduce Waste and Time?
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*September 2008
 Country of Origin Labeling (COOL)
 Emerald Ash Borer Found in Missouri
 Henbit Control in Lawns
 Control Stored Grain Insects
 MU South Farm Hosts Beef Day
 Upcoming Field Days
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*August 2008
 Saving Money with GPS Technologies in Forage Production
 Feeding of Wheat to Beef Cattle
 Drought, Deluge or Frost
 Stockpiled Grazing to Decrease Fuel Costs
 Time for Fall Gardening
 Introducing New Staff
 Upcoming Field Days
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*July 2008
 Thank You and Goodbye
 Time to Think about Winter Feeding
 Considerations for Potential Goat Producers
 Taxation Tidbit: Sale of Standing Timber
 Common Tomato Diseases and Fruit Disorders
 Introducing New Staff
 Upcoming Field Day
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*June 2008
 What Should I Do When Mother Nature Ruins My Fences?
 The Unwanted Horse
 Mosquitoes
 Taxation Tidbit: Medicare vs. Medicaid
 Heat Stress Help
 Upcoming Field Day
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*May 2008
 Value and Cost of Gain
 Controlling Weeds in Pastures
 Grazing Systems That Work For Horses
 Spring Management of Cool Season Forages
 Forage Selection for Horse Pastures
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*April 2008
 Weather Stations May Help in Management of Your Farm
 When Fertilizing Go Easy on the Sea Salt
 Pre-emergence Herbicides More Economical as Glyphosate Prices Rise
 Irrigation Scheduling
 Atrazine: History, Use and Issues
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*March 2008
 Beef Industry Will Change, Will You?
 Bloat
 Fencing in Missouri
 Managing Fruit Plants After the Historic April 2007 Freeze
 New Enology Emphasis in Food Science at MU
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*February 2008
 Introducing New Staff
 The Nitty Gritty On Nitrogen
 Taxation Tidbit: Commuting To and From the Farm
 Crop Insurance Today vs. Yesterday
 Almost Too Good to Be True
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*January 2008
 Top 10 List For Reducing Tractor Fuel Consumption
 2007 Census Form
 Corn Following Corn
 Missouri New Herbicide Update For 2008
 Dealing With Ice Damaged Trees
 Taxation Tidbit: CRAT AND CRUT
 Budgeting for 2008
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